Includes bibliographical references.
|Contributions||Warrington New Town Development Corporation.|
|LC Classifications||HT169.G72 W34|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xx, 474 (24 fold.) p.|
|Number of Pages||474|
|LC Control Number||73472692|
Genre/Form: Atlases: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Warrington New Town Development Corporation. ISBN: OCLC Number. Warrington New Town outline plan [Warrington New Town Development Corporation] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Warrington: From New Town to New City? is based on a community-wide local history project to create a permanent record of these crucial years in the town's development. It will involve oral history to capture the memories of those who remember the town from the pre era or who were involved in the New Town planning, or saw their area change Author: Janice Hayes. On a wider note though, it did prompt reflections on quite what went wrong when Warrington's New Town dream was first hatched, many moons ago. Consider Birchwood and Oakwood.
Warrington is a town with a long history and a future shaped by its designation as a New Town in Over the last half century, the landscape and lives of its inhabitants have changed dramatically. Older residents of the former Lancashire industrial town barely recognise the town of their youth, while incomers and younger residents only know life in a thriving Cheshire centre with ambitions. Warrington Town Football Club is an association football club based in Warrington, were established in under the name of Stockton Heath, adopting their current name in They currently compete in the Northern Premier League Premier Division, the seventh tier of English football, and play at Cantilever : Cantilever Park, Warrington. The exhibition Days of the New Town: Birchwood at 50, a selection of photographs from the Warrington New Town Development Corporation archive, together with a specially collated “People’s Archive” of images from Birchwood’s early days as a residential development will be on show again at Warrington Museum and Art Gallery from November 24th to January 19th A NEW book charting the 50th anniversary of Warrington becoming a new town has been released. It is bizarre now to think that housing and shops in places such as Birchwood and Gorse Covert was Author: Gareth Dunning.
- The Warrington New Town outline plan is published, and first houses built - Warrington becomes part of Cheshire - Warrington Market moves to . Warrington: From New Town to New City? - A 50th Anniversary Portrait by Janice Hayes (Paperback, ) Delivery US shipping is usually within 6 to 10 working days. WARRINGTON NEW CITY • 50 years since Warrington New Town designation () –the next 25 years • Completing the New Town and creating a New City • A locally-led New City at the heart of the Northern Powerhouse • Delivering a Strategic Economic Plan priority • Growth in homes and jobs - a New City based on ‘GardenCity’principles. Cineworld Warrington is a magnificent new 13 screen cinema located in Warrington Town as part of the new Time Square development. Cineworld Warrington is serviced by excellent rail links from its two main stations at Bank Quay and Warrington Central. Cineworld Warrington is based in a prime location within the town centre accessible by all bus.